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Welcome to my website. You can use this site to find out how to contact me, or to find out about me and Bristol East. 

It also includes regular updates on issues and campaigns in which I am involved and, in the news section, what I have been doing in Bristol and in Westminster. You can also use this site to access my blog.
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Latest news

07 December 2016
Kerry supports motion requiring the Government to publish its plan for Brexit.
Kerry has signed an open letter to the Prime Minister, urging her to look at airdrops to get desperately needed food and medical supplies to civilians in Syria.
Kerry is deeply disappointed by this closure, and encourages constituents to re-register as quickly as possible at other local surgeries.
Kerry's response to the recent flooding in Bristol and elsewhere.
Kerry met with Guide Dogs in Parliament ahead of Friday's Bill, which aimed to tackle discrimination against disabled people.

Latest tweets

@DrPollyPeacock @DaylightGambler Bristol East divided - figures suggest c.53% remain/ c.47% leave, so important to hear all sides
@DrPollyPeacock @DaylightGambler yes, agree, I'm gong to hold some public meetings in new year, as @ThangamMP is doing tonight
@DaylightGambler @DrPollyPeacock I appreciate yesterday not ideal, but main objective was to get govt to commit to publishing a Brexit plan
@DaylightGambler @DrPollyPeacock on my website, in Bristol Post and I think Sarah has emailed me?
@DaylightGambler @DrPollyPeacock nothing to do with supposed 'career' (and that makes no sense anyway) perhaps read what I've actually said?

The week ahead

Parliament returns this week after a mini-recess. We have oral questions for Education, Health, Transport, International Development and of course PMQs this week, as well as debates in the main chamber on the Technical and Further Education Bill, and Lords amendments on the Investigatory Powers Bill. There will also be non-binding debates/ votes on the economy, Employment Support Allowance, social care and International Men’s Day. On Friday there is an important Private Members’ Bill on Parliamentary Constituencies, as well as the Disability Equality Training (Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Drivers) Bill. On Monday night Jeremy Corbyn will be addressing the PLP Meeting.

The EFRA select committee inquiry on food waste begins on Tuesday with evidence from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Tristram Stuart, while the Environmental Audit Committee begins its inquiry into the Sustainable Development Goals. On Wednesday the EFRA committee meets to continue its inquiry into rural tourism, while on Thursday there is a Westminster Hall debate on the EAC’s s Soil report. Tuesday is Parliamentary waste Day, with Sainsburys hosting an event to publicise its food waste pilot project in the Derbyshire town of Swadlincote. There are also meetings/ parliamentary events on Brexit, meningitis vaccination, the creative industries, the APPG Sikhs, guide dogs for the blind, a lobby of parliament in support of Palestinians, and a Highways England South West regional surgery which Kerry is hosting. 
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